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The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention will measure formaldehyde levels in 500 trailers provided by the Federal Emergency Management Agency as housing for victims of Hurricane Katrina.
However, the scope and design of the study, announced during a press conference today, suggest that it can do little more than confirm what's already known: the trailers contain high levels of formaldehyde, a known respiratory irritant and carcinogen.